With the same injury problems as a fortnight ago, and Ajax having triumphed over City on that occasion, Frank de Boer could stick with the same starting eleven for the trip to Manchester.
That would see Christian Eriksen starting in up front again, after getting a goal and setting up another last time out.
Moisander returns after domestic suspension, but Sigthorsson, Boilesen and Enoh all remain out.
The Champions League returns with Manchester City hosting Ajax, in dire need of a win and their first three points of the campaign. City's comewhat fortunate draw at home to Dortmund remains the only point they have picked up in European competition this season.
The Premier League champions put in a limp display in drawing at West Ham at the weekend, following up a win over Swansea that they were lucky to attain. They are out of form at the moment, but back on home soil, where they are usually so strong, they will be confident of victory.
Ajax overtook City in Group D by beating them a fortnight ago. Ricardo van Rhijn impressed in that win, and, despite playing right-back, will provide a sizeable chunk of Ajax's attacking impetus. We saw in that match that Ajax have potential to hurt City, but at the Etihad City will have the advantage.
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